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  • Scotland referendum: what will it mean for Wales?

    June 25, 2014 11:12 AM 9

    There is a great story from the early days of devolution, when the late Phil Williams was told by a friend he was involved in a radio programme with Jack McConnell. The urbane and intellectual Plaid AM had no idea the answer was "First Minister of Scotland". One under-appreciated consequence of devolution is that Scotland and Wales know less about each other's

  • #BBCtrending: Suarez 'bite': Social media reacts

    June 25, 2014 11:12 AM 2

    Social media exploded after Luis Suarez's suspected "bite" of Giorgio Chiellini during Tuesday's World Cup game between Uruguay and Italy. Football world governing body, Fifa, is investigating the alleged "biting". If found guilty, Suarez faces a long ban. A man from Buenos Aires named Diego Suarez - who happens to have the Twitter handle @Suarez - found

  • Theresa May still wants to push through 'snooper's charter', denies UK is a surveillance state

    June 25, 2014 11:08 AM 6

    Home Secretary Theresa May has once again stated a desire to equip the state with greater surveillance powers - including the ability to access citizens' email and social media accounts - arguing that claims the government wants to unlawfully spy on citizens are "nonsense". The proposed communications data bill would require internet firms to store records

  • 3.3million jobs at risk if Britain leaves the EU, warns Lib Dem Danny Alexander as tensions grow with Tories over Europe

    June 25, 2014 11:07 AM 3

    Three million British jobs will be put in peril if the UK quits the European Union, an official Treasury study suggests. As David Cameron hints he could back an exit if Brussels rebuffs his calls for reform, Lib Dem Treasury minister Danny Alexander will use a speech today to highlight the ‘risk that isolationists would have us take’. He will tell an audience

  • French air traffic strike problems continue for UK

    June 25, 2014 11:04 AM 3

    British passengers are continuing to have their flights disrupted because of a strike by French air traffic controllers. The industrial action against budget cuts, which began on Tuesday, is due to last six days. Easyjet has cancelled about 20% of Wednesday's flights into and out of France, and expects to cancel more. And the disruption could spread

  • Mildenhall Paul Bone murder: Andrew Turner jailed for life

    June 25, 2014 11:02 AM 8

    A man who stabbed his friend to death after inviting him to his house for a pre-Christmas drink has been jailed for life for his murder. Paul Bone, 40, visited Andrew Turner in Pembroke Close, Mildenhall, in December and the pair had an argument. Turner, 50, who was found guilty on Tuesday, was told he would serve a minimum of 17 years in prison

  • Gang who killed mother and her three children during botched revenge arson attack on wrong home are jailed for a total of 134 years 

    June 25, 2014 10:55 AM 3

    Sentences totalling 134 years have been handed down to an eight-strong gang who killed a mother and her three children when their home was mistakenly set alight in a botched revenge attack. Tristan Richards, 22, was told he would serve a minimum of 35 years for his part in the murders of Shehnila Taufiq, 47, daughter Zainab, 19, and sons Bilal, 17, and Jamal

  • Judge considered halting hacking trial after Cameron comments

    June 25, 2014 10:55 AM 3

    The judge in the phone hacking trial considered halting proceedings following David Cameron's comments on the conviction of Andy Coulson. The prime minister apologised on Tuesday for employing Coulson, saying it had been the "wrong decision". A lawyer for Coulson said this intervention was "ill-advised and premature" given the jury had to reach verdicts

  • North Korea threatens war on US over Kim Jong-un movie

    June 25, 2014 10:52 AM 7

    North Korea has promised "merciless" retaliation if a forthcoming Hollywood movie about killing Kim Jong-un is released, say agencies. A North Korean foreign ministry spokesman said in state media that the movie's release would be an "act of war". He did not mention the title, but a Hollywood movie called The Interview with a similar plot is due in October

  • National Theatre to stage 'phone hacking play'

    June 25, 2014 10:47 AM 1

    A new play about the press, politics and the police is to be staged by the National Theatre in the wake of the phone-hacking trial. Great Britain, which has been penned by One Man, Two Guv'nors playwright Richard Bean, will open next week. Directed by Sir Nicholas Hytner, it stars Billie Piper as Paige Britain, an ambitious tabloid news editor. It comes